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Communities Component of the Building Canada Fund

The Boulders gets $1.368 million in infrastructure funding from the provincial and federal governments. NEWS RELEASE The province of British Columbia has also partnered with the Government of Canada to ensure smaller communities with populations of less than 100,000 have access to infrastructure funding. An important step was taken this year to “top up” this fund and provide additional funding to communities of this size. In total, 84 projects are being funded today under the Communities Component of...

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Valence, France

The Boulders team had an unbelievable final few days in the Ceuse/Orpierre area, including tackling some 7a/7b projects, and some more multi-pitch climbing in a newer "secret" climbing area. Our guides, Regis Leroy and Michel Paccalet, were perfect. The gite was amazing, and the food - well - Kimanda, Phil and Seb worked hard in the kitchen. We are all in Valence, awaiting the start of the World Youth Climbing Championships. First qualifiers for difficulty start tomorrow...

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Kute and Kuddly Koalas!

Sunday morning seemed to come very quickly, and I'm pleased to say that, despite being a bit tired from our epic days of travel and koala-watching, we all seem to be making the slow adjustment to the time difference. Justin says he was tired all day not necessarily because of the time change. He blames it on the 6:30am wake-up call! We've also figured out a way to calculate what time it is at home: add...

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Montmaur

Au Revior Cham, Hello Ceuse We said goodbye to Chamonix yesterday. We ended our time there with two days of sport climbing on excellent granite, including some high quality multi-pitch sport routes. We were even treated to an amazing meal at "Munchies", thanks to Max! The teryaki duck was a definite favourite. As we spent our time in Chamonix either in the mountains or in the mignon hamlet of La Tour, we took an hour or...

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